The Design and Implementation of a Geographical Information System Applying to Orienteering Competition

Guo CHENG, Qi-ming XING, Qi-sheng WANG
2019 DEStech Transactions on Computer Science and Engineering  
Recently, Orienteering has become a popular sport among civilian, and Orienteering competitions have become very popular events in China. In order to solve the problems emerging in an Orienteering competition such as cheating, injury, pertinency training and organizing burden, we develop a Geographical Information System named as Cinton. There are three parts in Cinton, i.e., Communication Server for data management, Competitor Client for competitors and Referee Client for referees. There are
more » ... ur key functions, i.e., anti-cheating that prevents fake finding control points, fast rescue for injury, field preparation that helps referees setting control points, and data analysis that discover valuable knowledge. By demonstrating the usage flow of each part in detail, we can see that Cinton can provide with practical help to competitors, coaches and referees in Orienteering competition.
doi:10.12783/dtcse/iteee2019/28711 fatcat:rlmmc7562renjbqqw67zhn6474